A new documentary uncovers some of the discoveries made in the Wahtye Tomb in Saqqara Egypt.
Documentaries about the new and unexplored always bother me because I can never stop thinking about the silent, invisible, yet inescapable presence of the filming crew.
I have a tendency to look at the plausibility of every shot, questioning what is authentic and what is illusion for the sake of storytelling.
If a man is . . .